While you are in New York hear the great sounds of Carnegie Hall. Watch classical performances and listen to the masterpieces at this New York landmark. The hall has three stages, with the Isaac Stern Auditorium/Ronald O. Perelman Stage being the biggest, with a capacity of 2,804 seats. The Judy and Arthur Zankel Hall has a capacity of 599 seats, while the smallest of the three, the Joan and Sanford I. Weill Recital Hall seats 268 people.
Ever since it opened in 1891, the Isaac Stern has served as the leading classical music venue in the country. The greatest showcase for top class soloists, conductors, and chorus, the auditorium is a favorite music destination for the high collared and the high heeled. The hall has also been a venue for famous jazz concerts.
Apart from being a venue for performing arts, the Carnegie Hall also lends its space for educational meetings and forums. Hear recitals and chamber music at the Joan and Sanford I. Weill Recital Hall located on the third floor of Carnegie Hall or attend a conference or an educational event at the new Judy and Arthur Zankel Hall.
If you plan to spend an evening around the Hall, dine at the elegant Allegria Restaurant (212-956-7755) that offers free wine or have some juicy burgers at the Burger Joint (212-708-7414), where you can enjoy free dessert with any entrée.
Those looking to stay near the Carnegie Hall, will like the historic 3 star Park Central New York Hotel that soars 25 stories in the sky. For a more luxurious and boutique experience stay at the London NYC, from where you can walk down to stylish shopping at Fifth Avenue.
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